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  • Shelby Koning

    NSFW Self-Portraits : Jen Davis Photography Powerfully emotive and compelling work for anyone who has struggled with body image issues, this is truly brave work and revealing in it's vulnerability... not safe for work

  • K i t t ✖ L v i v

    Self-Portraits - Photographs by Jen Davis, Essay by Hannah Frieser - Flak Photo is proud to feature this gallery in support of Light Work's Looking and Looking, a two-person exhibition featuring photographs from Amy Elkins and Jen Davis. That project explored the dialogue between these artists regarding identity, body image, and the male and female gaze.

  • Luis Gonzalez-Porto

    mom and dads guest room 001 Jen Davis

  • Antonio Visceglia

    Jen Davis' self portrait

  • Hannah Hiaasen

    Jen Davis, Untitled No. 39, 2010. Chromogenic color photograph, 11 x 14 inches. Courtesy of Lee Marks Fine Art

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